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Designer Archana Kochhar
A resurrection of royal grandeur, delicate embroidery coupled with fine detailing made the line regal and elegant. The bridal line boasts of a variety of silhouettes ranging from light-weight lucknowi lehengas, to heavy bridal lehengas, indo-western saris making for a beautiful gown and anarkalis amongst other. The colour palette includes gorgeous hues ranging from subdued tones of ivory and coral blue, off-white, baby pink to bright tones of purple, red and maroon. The oeuvre is a celebration of aesthetics, colour, embroidery and weave.
Designer Manoj Agarrwal
Manoj Agarrwal Bridal Couture is an amalgamation of tradition with timelessness. The collection feature an edgy quality which is delicate and soft in approach. Myriads of fabrics like silk, handloom, tussar, linen, velvet and banarsis among others are played with to create magic. The specialization is the intricate hand embroidery, thread, bead and zari work that makes the garment come alive. Themes of softness, tradition and romance is in every collection- which are done from scratch at their own Kaarkhana. An artisanal approach with unrivaled attention to details and universally flattering carefree forms have won the brand a faithful fashion following already.
Designer Leena Singh of Label Ashima – Leena
Dripping in diamonds and pearls, an artful visionary, Mehr-un-Nissa, the bridal collection by designer proved to be a beacon of femininity and modernity. Like an intricate tapestry wound together by golden silks, this whimsical soul was forged not only by classic values and a penchant for the arts, but also by social responsibility and an unbridled will.
Antique textile crafting weaves a narrative of juxtaposition, a tale that captures the refreshing youth of Mehr-un-Nissa’s spirit without forsaking richness and regality; richly adorned brocades are used in subtle shades – pastels and shimmering hues of gold are abound, contrasted with royal odhnis of unfettered colour akin to fuchsia, peacock green, and midnight blue. Adding dimension to what is reminiscent of Mughal rule, paisleys and florals are punctuated with modern streaks of pattern and vivid colour – antique textile crafting entwining stand-alone aesthetics to produce an air of innovative intricacy.
Designer Rohit Bal
Inspired by the grandeur of The Czarist Regime of Russia , this collection is deeply entrenched in the unmitigated philosophy of extreme luxury . This opulence has been interpreted and translated by me with my innate sense of understated glamour and elegance . This collection is my personal interpretation and understanding of this opulence and beauty . For me this is a contemporary collection of a bygone period of excess toned down only by my understated philosophy of style and timeless chic .
This story sees an amalgamation of two distinct cultures and thought processes , that of Russian Grandeur and the almost austere craftsmanship of my absolute true love , Kashmir . Here, rich golds meet fine silk threads. Zardozi meets fine Kashmiri Kaani with unique Swarovski crystals in gold & emerald detailing, crewel work and petit point and chain stitch . Velvet meets hand woven silks . Rich jewels meet autumn leaves , poppies and irises in guilded frames of lustrous luxury to create one beautiful form .
Designer Shyamal & Bhumika
A fresh take on a fantastical wilderness the collection ties their signature romantic feel with Indian silhouettes. The scents of blooms, blossoming flowers, roses, cherry blossoms, fantasy florals and grasslands splashed with colour and patterns of whistling birds are the inspirations and unique elements of the collection. The intricate delicate feel about “Fragrant Winds” is expressed through the surface ornamentation and craft which the designers have used. The collection also consists of embroidered glass beads and shimmery sequins over the elaborate outfits, each one with a unique placement and treatment. Crystals, tiny pearls & watery sequins bunched up to add a magical glitter. Hand embroidered artisanal zardozi, marodi & pe etadone using unconventional material to create a surreal feel.
Designer Asha Gautam
“Fashion is all about evolving, innovating and improvising yet keeping your signature style intact”.
The collection draws inspiration from the enchanted floral gardens and exudes simplicity and elegance. In Flower Empress rich handloom fabrics like banarasi georgettes, banarasi tissue, silk, linen, kota when married with traditional embroideries make for a royal and classic look. The collection has soothing pastels and hints of vibrant colours which add a cheerful linge to the easy breezy silhouettes.